Jay Z, Beyonce Announce Details Of On The Run II Stadium Tour
Jay Z and Beyonce have announced the details of their On The Run II stadium tour. Rumours of the mooted jaunt have been swirling increasingly intensely of late, but the sequel to their On The Run Tour is now definitely happening.
Kicking off Wednesday, 6 June in Cardiff, UK, the international outing will stop in 15 cities across the UK and Europe, with the 21-date North American leg beginning July 25 in Cleveland. The full itinerary can be found below.
The On The Run II tour is presented by Live Nation Global Touring in association with Beyonce’s Parkwood Entertainment and Jay’s Roc Nation. Tickets will go on sale to the general public starting Monday, March 19 at LiveNation and all usual outlets, according to a press release announcing the tour. On-sale dates and times vary from venue to venue.
News of the tour slipped out last week when Beyonce’s Facebook and Ticketmaster pages announced a date for the tour, on July 30 at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field — and then both posts were quickly deleted.
The On The Run tour, the pair’s only previous joint trek took place in 2014, immediately following two successful solo runs – the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour and Magna Carter World Tour, respectively – as well as two acclaimed albums, Beyoncé’s surprise self-titled release in December 2013 and Jay Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail a few months prior.
That Bonnie and Clyde–themed tour was a smash success, featuring more than 40 songs that spanned the entirety of their catalogs. The routing primarily covered North America, with 20 dates across the U.S. and Canada. The European leg consisted of only two dates in Paris, which were filmed for an HBO special. Even as the tabloids forecasted the couple’s marital decline, they presented a united front onstage, treating audiences to epic two-and-a-half–hour shows packed with beloved hits including ‘Crazy In Love’, ‘Show Me What You Got’ and ‘Flawless’.
Jay Z and Beyonce play the following On The Run II tour dates:
June 06: Cardiff, UK Principality Stadium
June 09: Glasgow, UK Hampden Park On
June 13: Manchester, UK Etihad Stadium
June 15: London, UK London Stadium
June 19: Amsterdam, NL Amsterdam Arena
June 23: Copenhagen, DK Parken Stadium
June 25: Stockholm, SW Friends Arena
June 28: Berlin, DE Olympiastadion
June 30: Warsaw, PL Stadion Narodowy
July 03: Cologne, DE RheinEnergieStadion
July 06: Milan, IT San Siro
July 08: Rome, IT Stadio Olimpico
July 11: Barcelona, ES Olympic Stadium
July 14: Paris, FR Stade de France
July 17: Nice, FR Allianz Riviera
July 25: Cleveland, OH FirstEnergy Stadium
July 28: Washington, DC FedEx Field
July 30: Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 02: E. Rutherford, NJ MetLife Stadium
Aug. 05: Boston, MA Gillette Stadium
Aug. 08: Minneapolis, MN US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10: Chicago, IL Soldier Field
Aug. 13: Detroit, MI Ford Field
Aug. 18: Buffalo, NY New Era Field
Aug. 23: Nashville, TN Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25: Atlanta, GA Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29: Orlando, FL Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31: Miami, FL Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11: Arlington, TX AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13: New Orleans, LA Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15: Houston, TX NRG Stadium
Sept. 19: Phoenix, AZ University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22: Los Angeles, CA Rose Bowl
Sept. 27: San Diego, CA SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29: Santa Clara, CA Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 02: Vancouver, BC, BC Place.
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